State officials are continuing their campaign of raising awareness of human trafficking at next month’s Super Bowl with a training session for staff at the Hilton in Hasbrouck Heights.
Roughly two dozen staffer expected to particupate more than 3,000 people already been trained in how to recognize victims and indicators of human trafficking, New Jersey Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman said.
The staff members will also learn “how the issue relates to the hospitality sector, the impact of human trafficking on hotels, hotel staff and guests, and what to do when they believe they have identified a victim or a human trafficking incident.”
It runs from 2 to 4 p.m. this afternoon.
Super Bowl XLVIII is set for Feb. 2 at the East Rutherford stadium with either the San Franciso 49ers or Seattle Seahawks from the NFC playing the New England Patriots or Denver Broncos from the NFC, following this weekend’s divisional games. The two finalists will be determined this coming Sunday.